Some of the commercially available digital tools & software include:

Fieldview - Bayer

Granular - Corteva

Xarvio - BASF

John Deere Operations Centre

Omnia

Agleader SMS

Breedr

Fieldmargin

Yagro

Geopard

AgAnalytics Data Baler

Agrible

Habiterre

Combyne

MyFarms

CropTrak

Trinity Agtech - Sandy

AgTools

Agricircle

 

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Agriculture now generates vast amounts of data of different types and at different scales. The ownership, access, control, sharing, value, permissioning, intergration, security, safeguarding and sovereignty of this data represent multiple challenges and opportunities for the sector.

We help farmers improve their soil health by enabling them to benchmark their existing soil data.

Agri-TechE is a business focused member organisation, supporting the growth of a world-leading network of innovative farmers, producers, scientists, technologists and entrepreneurs who share a vision of increasing the productivity, profitability and sustainability of agriculture.

Help us develop a smart app for the management of wheat pests

The agri-tech sector is vibrant and growing, with many exciting companies, organisations and networks are working to develop agri-tech solutions.

Next Generation Crop Analytics

Soilmentor helps you learn what healthy soils and flourishing biodiversity look like on your farm. Understand changes on your land above & below ground, make informed decisions and keep everyone in the loop.

The IPM Decisions project will create an online platform that is easy to use for the monitoring and management of pests. Access the platform now at https://platform.ipmdecisions.net/  

A range of digital technologies promise to transform agriculture, including sensing, robotics, artificial intelligence, wireless networks & IoT, big data, decision support tools, modelling, digital twins and precision farming. 

Many technologies now exist to monitor land at a range from scales, from hand-held sensors and simple cameras, through tractor mounted sensors, drones, aeroplanes through to satellites.

Syngenta UK is a leading agribusiness committed to sustainable agriculture through innovative research and technology.

Pasture Optimisation for Resilience and Livelihoods (PASTORAL) will work with farmers to co-design a new digital platform to help improve data to inform on-farm decision making to increase farm productivity and carbon efficiency using satellite data to plan pasture management.    

Precision farming software and services integrating layers of data.

Driving Decision Making for Efficient & Sustainable Agricultural Production ADAS Digital Decision Support encompasses the way in which we use digital data and digital technology to deliver solutions in crop production, sustainable food and farming, land management and ecology to our clients.

Focus Group from experts across 15 European countries discussing the development and adoption of digital tools to support nutrient management.

As pioneers in UK precision farming since 1993 we know the difference between sustainable improvements to crop production and the latest trends. Our early commitment to the principle of applying inputs at the right rate and in the right place led the way for 20 years of scientific innovation. Today, SOYL still leads the way and our commercial services are backed by the UK’s largest precision farming specific research and development programme.

App and website dedicated to pest, disease & weed identification and management.

Strategic BBSRC & NERC programme with CEH & Rothamsted  - Achieving Sustainable Agricultural Systems,

Precision farming company with 20 years experience, based in Scotland but active across the UK. 

Farmers who know Drones https://www.droneag.farm https://www.skippy.farm

The overarching aim of FAIRshare is to ensure that farm advisors and their organisations effectively use digital tools and services for supporting a more productive and sustainable agriculture.

Online guide to identifying arable weeds from ADAS, AHDB and BASF

Safety management software for farming businesses.  We help UK agribusinesses keep on top of their compliance obligations by making record keeping simple. 

KisanHub provides software to suppliers of fresh produce and food production companies, enabling them to transform their supply chain and improve margins by increasing visibility of their crops quality and quantity. Our suite of tools includes a crop monitoring app for field and store, quality assessments, paperless load passports and synced inventories of stock. 

Tips from Yagro's Emma on how to get the best out of your farm data.

Scientific Paper by David Rose et al. in Land Use Policy 2021.

  The Public Goods Tool (PG Tool) has been in constant use since its creation in 2011 (https://www.organicresearchcentre.com/our-research/research-project-library/public-goods-tool/)

There’s been an exponential growth in the adoption of digital farming tools in recent years – but

Routine topsoil samples should be taken from all fields for analysis of pH, P, K and Mg every 3-5 years. Accurate information on soil nutrient Indices and soil pH is essential for nutrient management planning. Various approaches and services are now available for in field mapping of soil nutrient availability. 

PLANET and MANNER-NPK are nutrient management software tools that are freely available for use by farmers and their advisers.  

For various EU projects and proposals we have collated a list of relevant tools and projects to nutrient management... Please join the Group to add more tools & projects below...

You need to measure to be able to manage. Yet most farms for most crops don't have a systematic approach to monitoring their crops through the season. This means we lose the opportunity to compare across fields, farms and years. There are now a suite of technologies to sense crops and the ability to share data across farms, providing the opportunity to learn what works on-farm.

Giving farmers the confidence to grow.    The precision livestock network for forward thinking farmers.

Where Growing and Innovation Meet. Let’s Grow Business, Farm491 is a UK based leading technology incubator and innovation space focused on the future of farming and food systems.

Corteva is a global R&D focused agribusiness

DTN

Your decisions and your business depend on the best data and insights available. As a data, analytics and technology company, DTN brings you the operational intelligence you need to make confident decisions that improve your bottom line and reduce risk.  

Connect to farm software providers here, and share your experiences.

EU FarmBook is a collection of vetted best practices for farmers & foresters. All content in the library is provided by Horizon research projects. 

The FarmSmarter app is an agri-tech decision making service aimed at smallholder farmers.  Our primary focus is to support smallholder farmers in achieving sustainable profitable production developing regions. We are extending our development to cover sustainable farming practices and improvement of biodiversity and soil health in the UK and Europe for future additions to the FarmSmarter digital toolkit.

fieldmargin makes easy to use software for farmers to help them to manage their business. Our goal is to make it straight-forward for farmers to keep good farm records by bringing all the information they need into one place to help make better farming decisions.

Digital agriculture is no longer a trend, but has arrived on many fields & farms across the globe. SKYFLD supports you with planning and monitoring your crops, production of high-quality food with a focus on sustainability, and strengthening your ecological and economic balance sheet.

Report by FAO on utilising robotics and digital agriculture: FAO. 2022. The State of Food and Agriculture 2022. Leveraging automation in agriculture for transforming agrifood systems. Rome, FAO. https://doi.org/10.4060/cb9479en

Curious about Xero accounting software and how it could help make farm business admin easier?

With the improvement of smartphone imaging quality (hardware side) and advances in image analytics (software side), there is currently a dynamic development intending to provide novel digital tools for soil assessment.

A new variety selection tool has just been released by AHDB and provides a dynamic way of lookin

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